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There is no translation available.© Photos : Marie Lusson   Coupées par les digues et les seuils, polluées par les rejets industriels, urbains et agricoles, désassemblées pour leur eau ou leurs graviers, 42 % des rivières françaises sont en mauvais état écologique et morphologique. La directive européenne de l’eau de…
Agricultural plains with prominent irrigation infrastructure are important for the regional and national economies in the Maghreb region. However, these territories and farmers are vulnerable to environmental and climatic hazards, linked to an "unsustainable" use of natural resources (conditions and means of access to water, soil degradation). It is worthy…
Abstract : The mutual influences between human activities and natural resources are at the heart of societal debates. The challenges of water management depend on these interdependences differently according to the local situation. In this context, the hydrology research community is investigating the relevance of its models to represent human…
For thirty years, the French water and sewerage services have been influenced by different managerial models: public service principles, performance indicators (with ambivalence between the influence of New Public Management and of seek for more control), quality management and standardization (ISO 9000, 14000), corporate social responsibility, sustainability. Rather than analysing…
Channel 900 (West Bekaa) built by the state to distribute water from Lake Karaoun is no longer operational because of the pollution of the lake. It is now used as a reservoir by farmers who bring water from their private boreholes   This thesis develops a critical analysis of the…
Drip irrigation technique is considered as the most efficient way to supply crops needs in water and fertilizers. As a recognition to this advantage, this technique contribute in the rapidly expansion of the greenhouse horticulture farming in the Algerian Sahara over the last two decades particularly in Biskra; South-East Algeria.…

 

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